Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth

When you hear what I tell you about Diatomaceous Earth you might think I sound like a traveling salesmen of the 19th-century who’d sell elixirs claiming to cure all ailments, you know, a Snake Oil! Diatomaceous Earth is not snake oil!  DE honestly aids people  and still kills insects! Diatomaceous …

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Potty Mouth

By Caroline Kyriakou Since my diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis over 6 years ago, I have read many books about the disease. My favorite type of MS books to read are autobiographies. When I didn’t know anyone with MS, I found these books comforting, hearing someone tell me their story. I …

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MS in the Saddle with Therapeutic Horseback Riding

All over the world, horseback riding is considered a beneficial form of therapy. For those with MS, therapeutic horseback riding is very valuable.  The horse’s gait is similar to a human walk so it stimulates the human gait.  Horseback riding strengthens the core muscles which improves coordination, poise, posture and …

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Using My Handicap Placard For MS

This past November I brought my first car at the age of 32. I absolutely love having a car and am so thankful that I am able to drive. That being said, sometimes walking from my car to places has caused some trouble, especially in the hot weather Boston has …

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American Academy of Environmental Medicine

Dr. Vincent graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 2002. He is the sole proprietor of Mat-Su Integrative Medicine Dr. Vincent is now on the board of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine, which was founded in 1965, and is an international association of physicians and other …

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Josh Blue ~ Last Comic Standing

Josh Blue (born November 27, 1978) is an American comedian. He was voted the Last Comic Standing on NBC’s reality show Last Comic Standing during its fourth season, which aired May–August 2006.  Blue has cerebral palsy, and much of his self-deprecating humor is centered on this. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia …

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Heat and MS Do Not Mix!

There is a heat wave in a large portion of the US and Boston is no exception. My MS does not like this one bit! Today is worst of the days so far, being 98 degrees and extremely humid. I must say on these kinds of days, I really do …

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Sometimes MS makes me feel older than my age

by Caroline Kyriakou Since being diagnosed with MS in 2006, there are changes I have had to make to my life. For me, they have been fairly easy to make, but it did take some time to figure out what needed to happen. Mostly the changes have had to do …

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We want to see you on MSrelief.com, no I mean we want to “SEE” you on MSrelief.com!

Why don’t you have a Gravatar, a globally recognized avatar? Perhaps you don’t want people to see your picture and didn’t realize you can have any image! Or maybe you don’t know how to get one! It is very easy to connect your picture to your comment (actually your email …

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Bean’s Blog ~ Celebrities With MS

by Caroline Kyriakou Recently it was announced that Jack Osbourne has Multiple Sclerosis.  I am sorry to hear that he has MS, but I am glad that he has shared his diagnosis with the world and is bringing attention to MS. Unfortunately in the media coverage for Jack Osbourne’s diagnosis, …

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